To develop applications using the GStreamer SDK for OS X you will needOS X Snow Leopard (10.6) or later andXCode 3.2.6 orlater.
The recommended system is macOS Sierra withXCode 8
There are 3 sets of files in the SDK:
Get both the runtime and the development installers from here.
On Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) you have to install Python 2.7 manually. Homeworld game download. It is included in later versions of OS X already. You can get it from here.
The downloads areInstaller Packages(.pkg).
Double click the package file and follow the instructions presented bythe install wizard. In case the system complains about the package notbeing signed, you can control-click it and open to start theinstallation. When you do this, it will warn you, but there is an optionto install anyway. Otherwise you can go to System Preferences → Securityand Privacy → General and select the option to allow installation ofpackages from 'anywhere'.
These are some paths of the GStreamer framework that you might finduseful:
For more information on OS X Frameworks anatomy, you can consult thefollowing link
The tutorials code, along with project files and a solution file forthem all, are in thegst-docs in the
To start building the tutorials, create a new folder in your Documentsdirectory and copy thefolder
You can fire up XCode and load the project file.
Press the Run button to build and run the first tutorial. You canswitch the tutorial to build selecting one of the available schemes.
The GStreamer binaries provides aframeworkthat you can drag and drop to XCode to start using it, or using thelinker option -framework GStreamer*.*
There is a small exception to the regular use of frameworks, and youwill need to manually include the headers searchpath
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